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Review: Sambar

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Robert Hess Posted: 30 Nov 2009 1:49 PM
Review: Sambar
425 NW Market Street
Seattle, WA 98107
USA
phone: (206) 781-4883
MODERN - $$$$ - EAT -
Le Gourmand has been a culinary standard in the Ballard suburb of Seattle since 1985. A few years ago they expanded by opening up a small bar, and by small, we mean tiny. The bar itself has room for perhaps only four people, with about a half dozen tables on the floor. All of which means it can sometimes be difficult to find room, so be prepared. Once you are in however, be prepared to enjoy some finely crafted cocktais using often slightly esoteric ingredients.
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Review for Sambar has been updated by Robert Hess
  • Latitude was changed from 47.66845085018831 to 47.668479919433594
  • Longitude was changed from -122.36316919326783 to -122.3630142211914
  • Summary was changed from Le Gourmand has been a culinary standard in the Ballard suburb of Seattle since 1985. A few years ago they expanded by opening up a small bar, and by small, we mean tiny. The bar itself has room for perhaps only four people, with about a half dozen tables on the floor.
    All of which means it can sometimes be difficult to find room, so be prepared. Once you are in however, be prepared to enjoy some finely crafted cocktais using often slightly esoteric ingredients. to CLOSED - Sambar, as well as Le Gourmand, closed a couple of years ago when the owners decided to retire from the restaurant business.

    Le Gourmand has been a culinary standard in the Ballard suburb of Seattle since 1985. A few years ago they expanded by opening up a small bar, and by small, we mean tiny. The bar itself has room for perhaps only four people, with about a half dozen tables on the floor.
    All of which means it can sometimes be difficult to find room, so be prepared. Once you are in however, be prepared to enjoy some finely crafted cocktais using often slightly esoteric ingredients.
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Might have to give that place a try next time I'm in Seattle

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